As northern pike and walleye season wraps up on Minnesota’s inland waters, the author turns his focus to some of the best fishing of the year: late-ice panfish.
Many of today’s young hunters go from BB guns to deer rifles without ever spending time chasing squirrels and rabbits.
In the market for a new bird dog this spring? Start researching bloodlines now.
By John L. Sloan Maybe one of the most important factors of hunting a mature buck – post-season scouting – is no longer important to some deer hunters, being replaced by feeders, supplemental feeding and trail cameras. But it is…
Birders clearly are witnessing an irruption of great gray and boreal owls in places like Minnesota's Sax Zim Bog this winter.
Remarkable new materials and technology allows bowhunters to step afield with excellent archery equipment, but test any new bow and ultimately spend what you want.
It was a welcomed relief from the frigid temperatures we had been experiencing this year – and the trout fishing was good, too.
Like it or not, crossbows are here to stay, and more New York hunters are hunting with them every year. We talked to several archery pro shop owners about what new-to-the-sport crossbow buyers are looking for and just about all…
In sub-zero temperatures, wildlife not interested in moving, so you and your canine companions should target the peak hours of the day.
When the end of September nears, it’s a good feeling knowing where everything for the upcoming season is located and that I can get ready without forgetting anything.
Kristen Monroe talks with land specialist Aaron Milliken, a Whitetail Properties team leader, about ways to add value to recreational land. Milliken suggests projects such as timber sales, trails, and plantings.
Remember, deer meat doesn't taste “gamey.” Heat and improper field dressing of the animal will only make it taste that way.
As crops disappear, engage the dog in a search for upland birds in traditional public lands cover like cattail sloughs and brushy thickets.
Keeping the boat primed for river fishing and other soft-water, winter angling opportunities [video]
Open water within driving distance? Then follow these tips for productive casting and functional, safe boating all winter long.
A few years ago, a friend asked me whether I shoot standing up or sitting down while bowhunting. “Standing,” I replied. “Why don’t you sit; it’s a lot more comfortable,” he said. Actually, I never thought about it. Truth be…
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